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? >> first of all, this is a good example of like an appeasement powerpoint. you've got this picture and we've had other pictures from obama and other incidents. the bottom line with hillary and chavez is that it shouldn't have happened in the first place. where was the pr handler? why is she getting close to him in that room? >> if you follow foreign policy, you might learn something. chavez is in real trouble in his own country. there is now -- [ talking over each other ] >> the united states has covertly undermined him on a regular basis during the obama administration. >> convertly. then they give him this piece of propaganda to go back so he can continue to crush the free speech in venezuela. do you pay attention to what they are doing in venezuela? cracking down on the free exchange of ideas. >> the united states has been helpful to the opposition. i predict chavez will be gone in -- >> to say obama and condone what he's doing in venezuela. >> with all respect most people see that for what it is. >> it is not what obama needs. >> sean: there's been criticism of mat expense of his tri
a powerpoint and then we'll open it up to q&a. so with that, david is going to come into his presentation. >> good afternoon, everyone. thank you for coming. it's an honor to be here. thank you, peter and thank you to the foundation for providing -- for hosting today. i suspect that most in the audience, whether here in the room or from one of the cameras watching what we're doing still remember where they were on september 11, 2001, when they heard the two towers had been hit by two aircraft. i certainly remember. and i was in a traffic jam in virginia. the first call came from cnn, where i was then national security course on it. the second call came for my wife. she said -- all never forget the way she put it. she said, these two towers had been hit, and you know that? she said i think it's your people. i regret -- that's the wrong tone. but she had a point. i've spent much of the summer because my job was national security, hearing from sources in u.s. intelligence, one who is prominently remember to have had his hair and fire all summer, very worried about the intelligence suggesting
that sparked this investigation came through fort lewis in may, in one powerpoint presentation a army regular referred to the soldier as weekend warriors in baseball caps. and some were told to subit up and leave the base. soldiers complained that their concerns about post-traumatic stress disorder or traumatic brain disorders were dismissed. they demanded the army investigate. >> they should have a soft landing and integrated fairly and a full benefit of federal service and healthcare and everything else. >> reporter: we also interviewed specialist tony stevens who served two tours in combat with the army nation tphal guard. he returned in 2007 with ptsd and traumatic brain injury and several other injuries. the va declared him one hundred% disabled unemployable and has been paying him $3,000 a month. he has been fighting to get a discharge, and benefits. >> i served hopb or plea. i should get my benefits and repair my life the way i see fit. >> reporter: the army wouldn't comment on stevens' case. we did interview another unit that was demobilized later after the one last year in may, they
and say, "no, we cannot do that this year." powerpoint, my point, a lot of us in the south carolina does it -- her point, my point, a lot of us in the south carolina delegation, is that we have to make the same decisions. and a stiff like -- and states like california have to start making difficult decisions. when they come to look for bailouts, the answer will be a firm now, did your own house in order -- no, get your own house in order. south carolina knows they will get by fine. >> when a congressman-elect was elected, it was a member of the south carolina state senate and had served in the state house. in the past he has been a real estate developer and a lawyer. watch him and 95 other freshmen get sworn into office at noon eastern on c-span. >> c-span's live coverage of the opening day of the water told congress continues. good morning from capitol hill. the 112th congress will transfer power to the republican party in the house, officially beginning at noon eastern time did you can watch live coverage on c-span -- you can watch live coverage of the house on c-span and live coverage
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